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Check Out The Reason Why Lovers Wear Red And White On Valentine's Day

You meant to say, “thank you,” but instead you said, “I’m falling for you!” When you send Valentine’s Day flowers, you’re honoring tried and tested tradition. However, sending roses of certain colors may say more than you think.

“Sending roses on Valentine’s Day is a classic idea and will always win you points, but make sure that the color of the roses matches your true feelings”, says ProFlowers design expert, Eriko Ono.

Red roses are the traditional way to say “I love you,” and are, therefore, the most popular flower sent on Valentine’s Day. However, think beyond red this year. Valentine’s Day is when we celebrate love, of course, but in the people we love, there is often much more to celebrate. Luckily, for most every feeling and sentiment, there is a color of rose.

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What the flowers convey:

Red:”I love you”

Nothing says “I love you” like red roses. Red symbolizes love, beauty, courage, respect, romantic love, and even congratulations.

White: “I am the one for you” 

While many send red roses on Valentine’s Day, surprise your Valentine this year with white roses that symbolize true love, purity, innocence, reverence, humility, youthfulness, and charm.

Red and White Together: “We are a great match” 

Send a mixed bouquet of red and white roses to your Valentine to signify unity.

If there’s not a rose color that says precisely what you feel, ProFlowers offers a variety of arrangements with colorful flowers such as tulips and lilies that will be sure to brighten anyone’s Valentine’s Day. If you really want to go above and beyond, couple our flowers with one of these perfect Valentine’s Day gift for her.

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